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MikiAndoFan#1
02-09-2010, 10:36 PM
I haven't heard all the Portuguese entries that qualified for Festival da Cançăo, but the ones that I heard are horrible. No wonder we haven't won a single year.

:rolleyes:

Though I think Portugal should've won in 2008 (and maybe in 1969, too)! But those are the only years that Portugal had the best song (at least for me).

:biggrinbo

As for Poland, I've been wanting Edyta Górniak to represent her country again for so long!

:respec:

Just if you want to watch:

Poland 1994: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3lMtyPzukM
Portugal 1969: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JeZ4mNPzw8
Portugal 2008: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiDVcl6LUdM&hd=1

MikiAndoFan#1
02-09-2010, 10:41 PM
Oh! The blonde backgroung singer in the Portuguese song from 2008 was qualified for Festival da Cançăo. Her song isn't that great, though.

Lisa
02-10-2010, 06:02 PM
Yesterday we had the second part of the German selection. I was very much impressed by Leon Tayler who presented his very own version of Grönemeyer's "Der Weg":
http://www.unser-star-fuer-oslo.de/videos/player/index.html?contentId=58564&initialTab=sendung&showId=1432-01
Listen and enjoy! :)

PML at Stefan Raab who said: "Leon, I am sure Grönemeyer is sitting in front of his tv, wishing he had your voice!"

Zokko!
02-10-2010, 08:13 PM
Yesterday we had the second part of the German selection. I was very much impressed by Leon Tayler who presented his very own version of Grönemeyer's "Der Weg":
http://www.unser-star-fuer-oslo.de/videos/player/index.html?contentId=58564&initialTab=sendung&showId=1432-01
Listen and enjoy! :)

PML at Stefan Raab who said: "Leon, I am sure Grönemeyer is sitting in front of his tv, wishing he had your voice!"And for the very first time I actually understood the whole lyrics of that song! :lol:

reckless
02-10-2010, 09:18 PM
Just catching up on this thread. I haven't watched all the entries, but I am :lol: at Norway. Is there a single cliche that the song does not have?

SmallFairy
02-10-2010, 09:26 PM
but didn't you see how meaningfully he walked acrosse the stage :lol:




no, I closed my eyes in pain and agony:lol::lol:

actually, my boyfriend couldn't bare to hear the song again in the golden final (four finalists sing again, then the winner is decided), so we had to switch to another channel.... I didn't mind:D

now, I'm not the only one saying his diction is bad, he's being told off in all media, and he has promised to work on his english before the international final:p

allezfred
02-11-2010, 10:13 AM
The entries for the Irish National have been announced.

Article (http://www.rte.ie/arts/2010/0210/eurosong.html)


Baby, Nothing's Wrong - Performed by Michael Graham
Music & Lyrics by Michael Graham, Scott Newman & Yann O'Brien

Does Heaven Need Much More? - Performed by Leanne Moore
Written by Tommy Moran & John Waters

Fashion Queen - Performed by Monika Ivkic
Written by Marc Paelinck & Mathias Strasser

It's For You - Performed by Niamh Kavanagh
Music: Niall Mooney, Marten Eriksson & Jonas Gladnikoff
Lyrics: Lina Eriksson

River of Silence - Performed by Lee Bradshaw
Music: R. Siegel Lyrics: J. O'Flynn / José Santana


Michael "Mikey" Graham is a member of Boyzone.

Leanne Moore won You're A Star (Irish version of Pop Idol) in 2008. Unfortunately for her, her song was written by the team who wrote "They Can't Stop The Spring" in 2007. :scream:

Monika Ivkic was born in Bosnia and grew up in Austria. 4th place finisher in "Deutschland sucht den Superstar" (I'll try to refrain from any sexual innuendo ;) ). The writers of her song wrote Chiara from Malta's entry last year so this entry has winner written all over it. :shuffle:

Niamh Kavanagh won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993.

Lee Bradshaw sung in last year's Irish final. I use the word "sung" loosely. Ralph Siegel & Bernd Meinunger wrote "A Little Peace", the winner of the ESC in 1982.

Ziggy
02-11-2010, 01:21 PM
These are semi-decent entries actually. Good luck Ireland!

Zokko!
02-11-2010, 01:54 PM
OMG! :duh: The Dutch entry is awful beyond words, complete lysacek-ic! :yikes: A horrible, crude 70s mix of "Waterloo", George Baker Selection and Pussycat ... holy crap!!! They can't be serious with that! :scream:

TAHbKA
02-11-2010, 02:57 PM
yay, the songs are on youtube. Starting the bash:)

Ziggy
02-11-2010, 04:46 PM
Melodifestivalen started! :cheer:

Heat 1 has taken place already.

Ola "Unstoppable" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-U2IaEfaaiU) and Salem Al Fakir "Keen On Walking" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0EM2E6ccbA) through to the final.

Jessica Anderson "I Did It For Love" and Pain of Salvation "Road of Salt" through to Andra Chansen.

Dissapointing so far. Hopefully Alcazar and Johnson will bring it.

Ziggy
02-14-2010, 09:16 PM
Heat 2 has taken place on Saturday.

Andreas Johnson "We Can Work It Out" and Eric Saade "Manboy" are through to the final

Pauline "Sucker For Love" and Kalle Moraeus & Orsa Spelmän "Underbart" are through to Andra Chansen.

I am really pissed off about the results.

Pauline’s performance was excellent, her vocals were amazing and the song is pure class. She should have won by far.

Johnson’s song was bland and boring.

Saade’s Eurotrash piece sounds as if it has been composed in 15 minutes using Magixx Music Maker. I can’t remember when I heard lyrics that retarded either.

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Polish final has just finished.

Marcin Mrozinski "Legenda" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QgKKXZy2Hc) has clearly won with over 33% of votes.

Anna Cyzon "Love Me" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQvylhnyvhY) placed second with around 16% of votes. I have to say I think she deserved to win, she really commanded the stage and her vocals were excellent (although Mrozinski's song is better).

Iwona Wegrowska "Uwieziona" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAbx1FNluSk) placed third with around 15% of votes.

I think the public definitely got the top 3 right (even if I'd swap 1 and 2 around).

poths
02-14-2010, 10:04 PM
Lee Bradshaw sung in last year's Irish final. I use the word "sung" loosely. Ralph Siegel & Bernd Meinunger wrote "A Little Peace", the winner of the ESC in 1982.
I'm really fcking annoyed by this dude. He has zero musical talent, zero charisma, his eybrows are more maintained than Miss World...how the hell does he get these jobs. I know dozens of guys who have bags more talent/charisma and looks....

Lee also has that gig on "The restaurant" on RTE. He's banging someone.

Buzz
02-15-2010, 04:25 PM
Just thought I would share this bit of info with all you Eurovision fans, and that is, Dima Bilan plans on submitting his entry for the Russian Eurovision selection process. hehehehehe

shah
02-15-2010, 05:54 PM
Just thought I would share this bit of info with all you Eurovision fans, and that is, Dima Bilan plans on submitting his entry for the Russian Eurovision selection process. hehehehehe

:scream::scream::scream: